World Peace Pagoda

It is a pagoda-style Buddhist monument on a hilltop on Ananda hill. Shanti Stupa also is known as World Peace Pagoda is painted a brilliant white sits atop a hill overlooking the Annapurna Mountain range which reflects off Phewa Lake below. The World Peace Pagoda is one of over 80 world peace pagodas in the world today. The World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara offers a lot more than just a Stupa. It’s a lake, a small hike, and a mountain view.


- The pagoda style monument
- Spectacular view of Annapurna range
- View of Phewa Lake


- Sightseeing
- Pilgrimage
- Boating
- Hiking

How to get there?

Boat and Hike are the most popular way to get to the Stupa. Hire a rowing boat from Lakeside in Pokhara and make your way over to the shore beneath the pagoda.
Once there it’s a steep forest incline to the top that takes most people 45 min to climb. The trail can get muddy and slippery so do take caution.


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